Sister Quotes Disproven!

I've spent the last half hour looking up sisterly quotes on google instead of doing my math homework, this is what I've found...and this is what I've disproved.

"A sister is someone who is there and understands who you are. She will be there with you no matter what situation you have been through and going to hit in the future. A sister is your family, best friend, and your friend forever. She is the one you tell your deepest secret to." -Author Unknown.

"Having a sister is like having a best friend you can't get rid of. You know whatever you do, they'll still be there."

I'm over my sister, it's as simple as that. I'm over least I want to be over her. I WILL try to be over her. It's not even that she's a terrible person or anything, she's just a terrible sister...and maybe so am I? I don't know...this quote spoke to me: "An older sister is a friend and defender - a listener, conspirator, a counsellor and a sharer of delights. And sorrows too." Written by Pam Brown, I've tried to be this for her, for Jessie.At least I try to be a good sister, i try to always listen to her problems and not judge her. I try to give her some good advice, i try to make her happy. I'm the big sister, and I know the big sister should never give up on her little sister, but honestly I'm tired, just so tired of her. Tired of being hurt by her, I thought we might start to get along again, but apparently I was wrong. She could be a good sister sometimes, the best actually, but she's just so fake sometimes. Sometimes I don't know who the real her even is. She was starting to act nicer towards me, i thought we could finally start getting along again, but today she proved me wrong.

My evil aunt was at my house today and my sister was acting like she hated me for some odd reason. It isn't all that odd actually, seeing as my aunt and I don't get along, but I just couldn't believe it! God, LOL she's SO fake sometimes! The only reason she was acting so nasty towards me was because my aunt was there, otherwise she's usually pretty cool with me. Sure we haven't exactly been getting along lately, but never did I imagine that she'd act like this towards me...actually that's exactly what I feared. I'm so disappointed with her. Just when I start to like and admire her, she pulls a stunt like this. >.< I miss her madly, but all she does is cause me pain, even now that I don't talk to her, all I can think about is her, and how to start talking to her...she's graduating from highschool soon, I want...wanted to be there for her. Now?...not so much.

I've already tried to make peace with her several times already, obviously she doesn't care for me anymore. I'm just so sick of shedding tears for someone who wouldn't even care if I lived or died. I'm tired of this crap! (Please excuse the language.) I want to be there for her, whenever she needs me, needs someone to talk to that won't judge her or tell her secrets to anyone else, but I can't be that person anymore...the truth is that I can't be that person anymore, not only because I DON'T want to be that person anymore...but because she doesn't want me to be that person anymore. God I don't know how this happened, we use to be so close, we use to share everything. Our tears of happiness and of despair. I don't even think I know her anymore. I miss her, really do, but I can't keep wasting time thinking of her and how to reconnect, it's just too much. It's not that I want to give up on her, I'd never do that as an older sister. I just don't think she wants me to keep trying...and I'm not sure I could withstand the rejection any longer.

The following quote also spoke to me in ways unimaginable: "I know some sisters who only see each other on Mother's Day and some who will never speak again. But most are like my sister and me... linked by volatile love, best friends who make other best friends ever so slightly less best." ~Patricia Volk. I guess from now on we'll only be the kind of sisters that see eachother on the holidays...and never speak again...It's scary to lose such a huge part of myself like that, but it's something that I have to do if I want to be happy and not dwell in despair and self-loathing. I don't like to be hurt, I've been hurt all my life by people I've loved and trusted...but never by my sister before. Yeah we got into fights, sometimes physical, but this time...I guess we both went to far...the funny thing is...I don't even know what I did. In my opinion what she did to me was way worse than whatever it is I did to her, than agin how could I know? But I feel oddly certain that my aunt simply made her choose between her and me. Maybe my aunt didn't ACTUALLY tell her that, but maybe she made a remark to do so...and the hard sad truth is that she chose my evil aunt over me, her sister. I could never do that to her, to my sister, to Jessie, but she must have done so...and that truth hurts more than any other I've faced...

To some up how I feel I thought I'd share this quote: "I've lost my sister, now what am I left with?" by pandora102693...aka me.

And this last quote go out to all of you who still have your sisters: "She is your mirror, shining back at you with a world of possibilities. She is your witness, who sees you at your worst and best, and loves you anyway. She is your partner in crime, your midnight companion, someone who knows when you are smiling, even in the dark. She is your teacher, your defense attorney, your personal press agent, even your shrink. Some days, she's the reason you wish you were an only child." ~Barbara Alpert

pandora102693 pandora102693
18-21, F
1 Response May 8, 2012

I'm very sorry to hear that, my good friend.<br />
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How old is your younger sister, CJ? late teens? At that age, unfortunately it's normal for people to be self-absorbed. You may be right in that you're expecting too much of a person who lacks the desire or the ability to reciprocate.You shouldn't be anyone's doormat.<br />
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Both you and her are still very young. <br />
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You know I kind of have faith in most peoples ability to figure out when they're being screwed with. At some point your sister is going to realize that her aunt's attention is utterly one-sided and aways has strings attached.